The Hamm’s brewing family originally possessed a $1.85 million estate in St. Paul, which is now on the market.
The Hamm’s family constructed the 10,000-square-foot house for their daughter at 6 Crocus Hill in 1936.
According to the listing firm, Sotheby’s International Realty, the mansion was known as the “limo house for the opulent parties.”
“This iconic Georgian Revival home is a magnificent example of architect Clarence Johnston’s work and the imprint he left on Saint Paul.” “The present owners have lovingly and painstakingly elevated this property,” according to the description.
The inside of the home has eight bedrooms, eight bathrooms, an exercise room, sauna, wine cellar, three-car garage, five wood burning fireplaces, and other amenities. There’s an in-ground pool, a “genuine English garden,” and even a wood-fired pizza oven on the 2-acre property.